Features/Benefits:Excellent weatherabilityHigh dielectric strengthExcellent chemical and abrasion resistanceThermoformableProduct available in widths up to 60"Product available with thicknesses from 0.001" (0.0254 mm) to 0.020" (0.5 mm)Temperature range of -62Â°C (-80Â°F) to 150Â°C (300Â°F)Weatherable, Chemically Resistant Fluoropolymer FilmNortonÂ® PVDF film is manufactured from polyvinylidene fluoride resin. This product offers the best weathering characteristics of any fluoropolymer film available. NortonÂ® PVDF provides very good performance when subjected to severe conditions such as heat fluctuation, UV exposure, and corrosive environments. NortonÂ® PVDF is manufactured to strict standards for gels and gauge control, offering the best value for fluoropolymer performance of any film. This material also performas over a wide temperature range, from -62Â°C (-80Â°F) to 150Â°C (300Â°F).Chemical ProtectionNortonÂ® PVDF film protects against exposure to many common acids, oxidizing agents, and organics. This broad range of chemical resistance makes NortonÂ® PVDF an excellent candidate for pump diaphragms and tank linings. The thin gauge films offer bondability for protection of equipment exposed to air pollutants, corrosive media, and weather.Decorative ApplicationsNortonÂ® PVDF film can be adaptable to metallizing or printing for a variety of protective applications. The excellent chemical resistance to a wide tange of cleaners and harsh cleaning agents used in high traffic applications offers long maintenance performance. NortonÂ® PVDF carries a UL V-0 flammability rating, which signifies self-extinguishing performance suited for aircraft interior panel applications.Weathering ApplicationsThe outstanding weatherability of NortonÂ® PVDF film makes it an excellent candidate for products with outdoor exposures. Vinyl siding is protected with excellent chemical and abrasion resistance of NortonÂ® PVDF film. The fluoropolymer properties are impervious to UV expsure and eliminate wear due to water and chemical exposures. PVDF = polyvinylidene fluorideUsed for Chemical Process, Electrical/Electronics, Protective/Decorative.Information provided by Saint Gobain Performance Products.